Emachines W3653 Specifications
By Natasha Carlton
The eMachines W3653 is a desktop computer system sold only at Walmart. The system is bundled with a LCD monitor to make it a complete system in a box. EMachines first released the budget-friendly W3653 in 2008. The computer system with its large hard drive and fast processor is perfect for home and school use.
The processor in the computer is a 1.6GHz Intel Celeron dual-core E1200. Each core has a 512KB L2 cache and an 800MHz front side bus. The W3653 uses the Intel 945GC chipset.
Memory and Hard drive
The system comes with 1024MB of 667MHz DDR2 dual-channel memory. The computer has two DDR2 slots and the system is upgradeable to 2GB. The hard drive is a serial ATA-300 and it has 320GB of space.
The eMachines W3653 comes in a tower case that measures 7.2 inches wide, 16.1 inches deep and 14.5 inches high. The unit weighs 21.6 pounds, not including the monitor.
The monitor included with this system is the eMachines E17T6W. The 17-inch LCD monitor has a maximum resolution of 1,440 by 900 pixels and it has a wide-screen display. The response time is 8 milliseconds and the image contrast ratio is 600-to-1.
The peripherals included with the W3653 are a mouse, speakers and keyboard. The system comes with a one-year limited warranty that covers parts and labor. Windows Vista Home Premium is the operating system installed on the computer and it comes loaded with other software. The system also has six USB ports. Two of the ports are on the front panel and the remaining four are on the back panel.
Natasha Carlton started her career in freelance writing in 2008. She has done extensive research in the areas of dieting, exercise and personal finance, and her work appears on various websites, including Answerbag and eHow. Carlton attended the University of Georgia and studied finance.